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  1. #1
    kakiku Guest

    beginner looking for racket

    Hi, im a beginner looking to buy a new racket that i could use up to the future..
    however, im kind of confused on the swing style..
    on head, i think they rate the swing style from 1 - 12 ...
    however im kind of confused with Wilson coding. how do they code their racket?
    which style should i go with?
    Currently im interested in Head racket
    should i get the IX technology or just the I technology?

    im thinking to buy Head IX6, or Head IX3, or Head IX11 or Wilson Triad 3.0 105

    Could someone please help me and give me some suggestion on which beginner racket should i get.
    Thanks

  2. #2
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    Mar 2004
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    Wilson rackets are coded from 1 to 8 as follows:

    1-3: Slow and compact swing
    4-5: Medium Speed and Length swing
    6-8: Fast and Long swing

    Try thier racket selector here

  3. #3
    Zylon360 Guest
    The more I think about it, the more I am convinced of this; you really should have your coach/trainer (if you have one) take you to a pro-shop and observe you demo a few. He can give you a good indication as to which racquet would suit your game at the present. If you don't have a coach/trainer, you can easily locate one who might just be willing to help you in this small area. However, unless you know that the person selling the racquet at the pro-shop you should avoid his/her opinion as they are largely interested in making a sale, not in helping you become all you can be in the wide world of tennis. Hope this advice finds you well.

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